Recent jibes referng to David Cameron as a political mouse have given rise to suggestions that the PM is replacing cabinet posts with animal impresonations
A source close the PM claimed "No one gives a toss about politicians, unless they are caught dangling from the rear of a rent boy on Wimbledon common. So last week David has decided to make all coalition cabinet ministers impersonate an animal in a bid to tap into the affections of the Great Britsh public. Everyone knows the Brits care more about animals than people."
However it appears David Cameron's impression may need work after his meerkat has been mistaken for a mouse. "Everyone knows that Clegg is meant to be the rodent." claimed our source "David is outraged, he has watched hours of videos of those meerkats at the comparison website, and he and Sam have been taking the kids to wildlife parks all summer, just so he can study meerkats. To be mistaken for Nick is the ultimate insult , especialy after all the work he's put in."
The PM is not the only one unhappy with the intial progress of his new brain child which he has named the Big Safari. Heavy weight Tory, Ed Pickles is said to be furious, as being given the role of hippo. Whilst Liam Fox has, we are told, complained bitterly about being type cast.
Most vocal in their disapproval was Mayor Boris Johnson "Everybody knows I started the Big Safari. " He raged "I have been a political baboon for years and now Cameron is trying to take the credit, it's just outrageous."